Coach Choi Boo-sik, embarrassed by the coach’s “strong hug” during the game…”I thought it was a high five.”

Korean Air coach Tommy Tilikainen ran to coach Choi Boo-sik and hugged him in the first set of the men’s KB Insurance match of the “Dodram 2021-2022 V-League” at Gyeyang Gymnasium in Incheon on the 20th.

When Lim Dong-hyuk scored a come-from-behind goal in the 18-18 tie in the first set, coach Tommy Tilikainen rejoiced with Lim Dong-hyuk. Then he ran to coach Choi Boo-sik, who was sitting on the bench, and hugged him. Coach Choi Boo-sik thought he was giving a high five at first, but he seemed a little embarrassed by the dramatic hug.

Coach Choi Boo-sik, who had an unexpected hug with the coach, retired from the player in 2016 and has been coaching Korean Air so far. Choi Boo-sik, dubbed the two major mountain ranges in the libero world of Korea, won the men’s defense king and the standard record of 5,000 defense in the 2010-11 season.

The power of reversing the mood in the first set was great. Korean Air lost by eight points to 9-17 in the first set, but after Lim Dong-hyuk’s consecutive goals, it took the first set 25-22 with various attacks, including Jung Ji-seok’s serve ace. 에볼루션 바카라사이트

In the process, Jung Ji-seok also set a record of serving 10 times in a row from 12-18. Jung Ji-seok scored a total of 15 points with five serve aces.

No. 1 Korean Air won the set score of 3-0 (25-22, 25-21, 25-19) against No. 2 KB Insurance. Korean Air, which won two consecutive games, maintained its No. 1 position with 15 wins, 9 losses and 46 points in the season.

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